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Comparethemarket.com is going to have its own dramatic Christmas Day storyline as one of the meerkats departs the advertiser's mini soap during a special ad to air on ITV.
Mother has flown a well-known Jesus impersonator from Los Angeles to London as a Christmas stunt.
Celebrities popped up in several ads this year, many of which featured in Campaign's Turkey of the Week. Here's the top ten turkeys with celebrity appearances.
Technics, the audio brand, has relaunched after six years with a new music service and ad campaign designed to "evoke the feeling of rediscovering music".
An online ad promoting 'The Walking Dead' has been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority for showing graphic violence on a website used by children.
Auto Trader, the marketplace for new and used cars, is launching a £6.5 million TV campaign on Boxing Day, drawing on the different ways people look for their perfect car.
Robin Williams, the comic actor who took his own life in August, was the most popular Google search in 2014, according to data released by the search engine.
John Lewis's "Monty the penguin" was the most compelling Christmas ad of 2014, according to research by facial recognition analysts.
Broadband Delivery UK, the body responsible for building out superfast broadband, is launching a TV ad to promote the benefits of its investment in improving internet access.
ITV could generate £6 million in ad revenue from The X Factor final this weekend, as Ben Haenow, Andrea Faustini and Fleur East battle it out for the 2014 crown.
Kids Company, the children's charity, is launching a digital campaign that encourages work colleagues to swap their unwanted Secret Santa gifts.
McCann Bristol has created an online recruitment campaign that offers young creatives the chance to earn £100,000 in one month.
Age UK, the charity for older people, is encouraging people to donate the money they would spend on a secret Santa gift to the charity.
Harvey the dog finds love in his third and final ad for Thinkbox, the commercial TV marketing body.
Claire Beale global editor-in-chief, Campaign If you ve got to the end of 2014 with any doubt in your mind that advertising is a fantastic industry to work in, settle back and wallow in the following pages. Here you ll find plenty of evidence...
John Tylee reviews a year that will be remembered for the failed mega-merger, long-term relationships that moved on and goodbyes that came too soon.
A video of a dog dressed as a giant spider that tricks passers-by into thinking it is killing people has become the top trending film on YouTube globally.
BT has successfully appealed for six Virgin Media ads to be banned by the ASA, for being misleading.
Pepsi Max has released an online film that shows surprised passers-by encountering a giant animated dinosaur.
Amazon is looking for an agency to handle the social media and digital marketing for its Appstore in the UK.
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